A piloted simulator study of takeoff performance and handling qualities of a double-delta supersonic transport
C. Thomas Snyder, Charles T. Jackson (Jr.), Ames Research Center, United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 1968 - Delta wing airplanes - 46 pages
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RESULTS AND DISCUSSION OF CERTIFICATION TASKS
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aerodynamic aileron aircraft airplane analog computer angle of attack bank angle certification climb gradient climb speed climbout condition damping degrees as noted delta SST deviation drag Dutch roll elevator deflection equivalent airspeed fixed-cockpit simulator flight path flight test following engine failure geometry limit Gross weight ground effect handling qualities high lift-off high T/W induced drag initial climb inoperative knots lift lift-off attitude lift-off speeds maneuver maximum thrust minimum control speed minimum unstick speed mistrim nacelle strike noise-abatement takeoffs normal lift-off operative percent pilot-induced oscillation pitch attitude Probability of nacelle radians or degrees reference SJT reference subsonic jet rotation speed rudder shown in figure sideslip simulated SST simulator runs SST simulator SST takeoff stability static margin Static T/W stick force subsonic jet transport supersonic transport takeoff characteristics takeoff distance thrust levels thrust setting thrust-weight ratio trim unaugmented vertical drafts VLOF Vy^j